Holidays in the Dolomites of Val Comelico

Holidays in the Dolomites and their surroundings

The nature surrounding our hotel is stunning. UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites. The little villages in Cadore. Forest-scented air. Val Comelico, Padola and the surroundings boast a picturesque landscape in every season. Far and free from mass tourism. The most fascinating destinations are right outside the door of our hotel, among the Dolomites.

Things to see in Padola

Pàdulä, as it is called in the local dialect, is one of the villages in the municipality of Comelico Superiore Dolomites

It welcomes You with the beautiful barns alongside the mountains. It’s surrounded by the Dolomites’ stunning peaks, the enchanting Val Grande and the beautiful hikes which start from our hotel.

In the center of the village there’s the Church of St. Luke the Evangelist, which dates back to the year 1869, and replaces the old church of the XIV century, of which you can see only the woody altar by now. The precious frescoes in the church were painted by the artist De Lorenzi.

Along the Padola’s creek, You can find La Stua, which is an ancient artificial dike which allowed the wood floating. It dates back to the XIV century, and it is the only dike of this kind left in Europe.

Right near the Museum of Alpine Culture, You can find Padola’s dairy. It is a must-see for the cheese-lovers.

If You love trees You will be enchanted by the tale of the Queen of the Val Comuna. It is located in Valgrande, near the sulphurous water spring located in Val Comuna, and it is the biggest tree in Val Comelico. It’s a red fir 50 meters high and is more than 200 years old.

Things to see nearby

Tre Cime di Lavaredo

These mountains are the icon of the Dolomites. During the summer, You can admire these massive peaks following a path from Misurina to Rifugio Auronzo.

Cortina d’Ampezzo

The Pearl of the Dolomites. Around Cortina You can admire the majestic peaks of Cristallo, Tofane, Cinque Torri, Pomagagnon, Becco di Mezzodì.